Can a person be thrown into a job with no training?
I have been in a situation before where I was essentially thrown into a job position with no training whatsoever. It was very much a “sink or swim” environment where I was expected to become productive and figure out my place basically on my own.
How to train other people to treat you better?
You won’t get the recognition and respect you deserve unless you make your voice heard. We start with this–training yourself to speak up–because every other habit on this list depends on your deciding that you are worthy of respect to begin with. 2. Be polite.
Do you take time away from your training?
That’s the price the organization is paying for hiring a new person and not making your training someone’s responsibility. Yes, you WILL be taking their time away from other tasks.
Why do we need a little league program?
The safety and well-being of all participants in the Little League® program is paramount. As adults, we want to ensure that the young people playing in the Little League program are able to grow up happy, healthy and, above all, safe. Whether they are our children, or the children of others, each of us has a responsibility to protect them.
When do you need to ask questions about training?
Training leaders need to have the courage to ask questions when an employee is sent to training as a result of disciplinary action. If a lack of training isn’t the underlying cause of poor performance, don’t force it as a solution.
What happens when a training session is dull?
Trainees will not be enthusiastic if training sessions are dry and dull. Few employees respond to or remember complicated concepts or theories; they want to learn practical information about what they can do to get better results today. If they don’t find the message entertaining, they won’t retain it.
Why do people say they need more training?
There are all sorts of reasons people underperform, and “needs more training” is pretty far down that list. Things like the working environment, worker incentive, and motivation all have huge impacts on performance, and have little to do with training.
Why do people hate the idea of training?
If a lack of training isn’t the underlying cause of poor performance, don’t force it as a solution. This, to me, is the biggest reason people hate training. It’s implemented in situations where it doesn’t address the real problem. For some organizations, delivering training is the go-to solution for just about any new problem.